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Apr 21 , 2015
Another Motor Home Damaged by Fire
RNC say heat from the burning motor home also caused damage to three vehicles parked nearby.
CBS Mayor Calling for Action on Dangerous Bypass
The bypass is only two lanes, but Mayor Ken McDonald says it should be expanded to four lanes. More immediately though, he would like to see the speed limit reduced from the current 90 km/h, and a greater police presence in the area.
Hale, Convicted of Luring, Back in Court for Separate Trial
Jody Hale was sentenced to 15 months a year ago for luring one of his female students over the Internet.
Dangerous St. John's Intersection Sees Another Accident
City council is looking at a couple of options on redesign of the intersection at Polina and Kenmount Road, but has not yet made any decisions.
Government House Celebrating 90 Years of Women's Right to Vote and Hold Public Office
The event takes place this evening from 4:00 to 6:00 at Government House.
Council Expects Interesting Archaeological Finds During Water Street Upgrade
Water Street is going to see a major multi-million dollar upgrade to its water and sewer starting in 2016 which will last at least three years.
Spring Sitting of the Legislature Opening Today
The Premier's plans for the upcoming sitting of the Legislature will be outlined today as the Speech from the Throne is delivered.
Investments in Post-Secondary are Investments in Economy: Federation of Students
CFS-NL Chair Travis Perry says government has acknowledged the importance of supporting education - investments which have paid off.
St. John's Ranked Third Happiest City in Canada
With an overall score of 8.174 out of 10, St. John's residents rated their life satisfaction only lower than Saguenay and Trois-Rivieres, Quebec.
NL Historic Trust Accepting Nominations for Southcott Awards
The program recognizes efforts to restore and preserve the province's built heritage.
Apr 20 , 2015
Marijuana for Trauma Clinic Opening in St. John's this Month
Today is April 20th or "4-20", the day marijuana activists worldwide send out smoke signals to make their argument in favour of legalization.
Police Investigate Suspicious Accident
One man is in hospital after an early morning accident near the Bell Island Ferry terminal in Portugal Cove.
Nunatsiavut Minister Relieved of Duties
Effective immediately, Richard Pamak will no longer serve as Minister of Culture, Recreation and Tourism.
Man Arrested After Six Hour Standoff
A 40-year-old man is facing charges of uttering threats following a tense, overnight incident on Winchester Street in the capital city.
Health Care Foundation Announces $150K to Enhance Patient Comfort
The Comfort Care program was the vision of frontline worker, Kathy Corbett, who describes the program as "a dream come true."
RCMP Monitoring Road Condition Protest in Nipper's Harbour
The residents are frustrated with state of the roads in the area and want government to address the problem.
Charges Laid for Skipped Cab Fare
A 36-year-old St. John's woman is facing four counts of fraud as a result of a skipped cab fare.
Historic Trust Seeking More Time Before St. Philip's Church Demolished
Council is expected to vote tomorrow on whether or not to issue a demolition permit to the Anglican Church to tear down the old building which is a municipal heritage structure.
Local Residents Feeling Overlooked for Muskrat Falls Jobs: MP
Labrador MP Yvonne Jones says well-qualified, local workers say they're being overlooked while people are being brought in from outside the area to work on the site.
City to Replace Water, Sewer Under Water Street
The city of St. John's says it will do its best to minimize the impact to local business during a three-year capital works project in the downtown.
Heritage Renovation Work Nearing Completion on Carbonear's Stone Jug
Bruce Branan, an American businessman, purchased the historic Stone Jug in Carbonear years ago, and since then has pumped millions of dollars into the building.
Government Expected to Announce Budget Date this Week
The Speech from the Throne will be read in the house tomorrow marking the start of the spring legislative session.
Heavy Damage to Home After Fire in Bay Roberts
There were no injuries in an overnight house fire in Bay Roberts, but the house was heavily damaged.
Holyrood Driver Blows 4 Times Legal Limit
A 41-year old woman is facing impaired driving charges after she blew nearly four times the legal driving limit when stopped by police on Friday Night.
Corner Brook Woman Charged After Fleeing from Police
The RNC says they attempted to pull the vehicle over on the afternoon of April 11 on the Lewin Parkway, but the female driver didn't stop and headed west on the TCH.

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